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September 26, 2011

Ashley Leckey Schoenith, a UGA grad, was inspired to start IceMilk Aprons by her apron-wearing grandmother, who liked to sew, cook and entertain.

Ashley’s Atlanta company offers a line of heirloom aprons made of oatmeal or cream linen with sashes or accents.

Available in full ($85) or waist ($55) sizes, the shabby chic apron styles have fun names like “Vanilla Churned Sundays,” the best-selling “Rollings of Cinnamon” and new “Beauty in Brie.”

Brand new is the children’s collection of aprons ($35), which comes in neutral blends of linen and cotton – with pockets.

The packaging makes it extra special as a gift for your favorite foodie. An apron comes packed in a canning and preserving jar. Included are three blank recipe cards for starting your recipe collection.

Get  inspired in the kitchen to keep up an old tradition. Or start a new one.



From → fashion, food, gifts, home

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